Monday Miscellany

Hope all of you have had a restful weekend!  It’s now time to have an overview of some upcoming IP events and opportunities to kick start the new week.  


King’s College London – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law

The Dickson Poon School of Law is seeking a candidate for the role of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer with research and teaching expertise in Intellectual Property law.  For more information about this position, please refer to the link here.   


1 June 2022 (13:00 to 17:30 CEST) – Stockholm Intellectual Property Law Review - From open access to open science – The interface between IP, academia and the market (Stockholm, Sweden)

The annual in-person conference of the Stockholm Intellectual Property Law Review will discuss the current status of open access for research and academia, as well as future developments involving the access and creation of new IP in such platforms.    

The event is free to join.  For more information, please refer to the link here

16 September 2022 (12:00 to 18:00 BST) - CeBIL Annual Symposium 2022 – Intellectual Property and Drug Repurposing: New Frontiers (University of Cambridge, UK and online) 

The Cambridge Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences (LML), in collaboration with the Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL) at the University of Copenhagen, will be organizing a symposium on drug repurposing.  The symposium will discuss studies on the number of patents for repurposing, which were recently published in Nature Biotechnology, and pilot programmers in the EU and UK to promote repurposing.  

The event is free to join, and it will be in hybrid format.  For more information, please refer to the link here

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